Pharmacolog signs a letter of intent on cooperation with major international Medtech Group

Pharmacolog AB has signed a letter of intent with a company that is part of a large global group to engage in long-term cooperation aimed at integrating Pharmacolog’s technology into the company’s system for safe and efficient handling of chemotherapy at pharmacies and healthcare departments.

The letter of intent entails that the parties work to establish a formal partnership agreement on the integration of DrugLog® technology into a newly developed system for effective handling of chemotherapy drugs at hospital pharmacies and healthcare departments.

Mats Högberg CEO of Pharmacolog comments: “We have conducted a targeted effort to establish strategic partnerships with major international players and are very pleased to have signed this letter of intent. The aim is to work together for new solutions to handle the entire workflow of cellular drugs, from prescription to patient infusion. Unfortunately, we do not have the opportunity to disclose the name of the company with which we cooperate at this moment, but have chosen to publish the information as we consider it to be of a significant nature.”

Pharmacolog kallar till bolagsstämma

Aktieägarna i Pharmacolog i Uppsala AB (publ), org.nr 556723-6418 (”Bolaget”), kallas härmed till årsstämma torsdagen den 15 mars 2018 kl. 16.00 i Advokatfirman Lindahls lokaler på Vaksalagatan 10, Uppsala.

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